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Researchers at the University of New Hampshire have found a dramatic decline of 14 wild bee species that are, among other things, important across the Northeast for the pollination of major local c

When species are introduced by humans into marine habitats, they can disrupt their new environment, according to a study at KAUST, which also identified key species for conservation efforts to focu

Loss and fragmentation of habitat are among the main reasons why biodiversity is decreasing in many places worldwide.

New research shows that culling invasive, non-native animals on just 169 islands around the world over roughly the next decade could help save almost 10 percent of island-dwelling animals at ri

In a position paper, PAN International lays down foundations, principles and benefits of Agroecology and the network’s policy recommendations.

Insects have “no place to hide” from climate change, scientists have said after analysing 50 years’ worth of UK data.

Seven projects in Seychelles that support marine protected areas and sustainable fisheries will get financial assistance under the second Blue Grants Fund launched in 2018.

A researcher in the College of Arts and Sciences (A&S) has confirmed that Africa’s Serengeti-Mara ecosystem—one of the largest, most protected on Earth—may be imperiled, due to increased hu

This report makes a contribution to enhancing implementation and showcasing the effectiveness of ecosystem-based approaches to climate change adaptation and disaster risk reduction.

From genes to micro-organisms to top predators and even whole ecosystems, depend on biodiversity for everything from clean air and water to medicines and secure food supplies. Yet human activities are destroying biodiversity around 1,000 times faster than natural ‘background’ rates.

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